Every Friday, I take my favorite “picks” from my week on the web and post them here for you to enjoy. But before I announce my picks, here is a quick recap of this week’s posts on ToriAvey.com– just in case you missed them.
L’Shanah Tova New Yorkers! On Sunday, September 25 at 2:00pm and 3:30pm I’ll be cooking up some Rosh Hashanah delights at Zabar’s New York! You can find me in the Housewares mezzanine, where I’ll be demonstrating some of my favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes. This is a free event. Hope to see you there!
Pomegranate Molasses Brisket – a slow roasted brisket infused with the rich flavor of pomegranate molasses, garlic, and spice.
Saffron Rice – a simple, savory side dish for Rosh Hashanah or any day. Delicious and easy to prepare, with lots of flavor. One of my favorites!
Win a fabulous gift box from Zabar’s New York, including a batch of their world famous rugelach! It’s super easy to enter. Click the link for details! Contest ends at 5:00pm PST this evening.
Teach kids the meaning behind a fun Jewish holiday tradition – with cupcakes! A terrific family project. Includes a printable graphic sheet so you can make them at home!
TORI’S WEEKLY WEB PICKS
Here are some of my favorite picks from the web this week.
Because it’s Friday and I feel like ice cream. I’ll take mine with hot fudge sauce, please.
Struggling to create a gluten free Rosh Hashanah menu? Check out the Gluten Free Canteen, where blogger Lisa has created this beautiful GF honey cake recipe.
Gil Marks, author of the mouthwatering Encyclopedia of Jewish Food (Wiley, 2010), explains that there are five foods the Talmud says should be eaten on Rosh Hashanah — not because of their taste, “but because their names sounded like symbolic things.”
My new food blogging friend Andrew has an awesome site called Eating Rules. It’s all about eating natural, healthy, and unprocessed. Join his October Unprocessed challenge (I did!) and challenge yourself to a month of eating naturally. More info on Andrew’s blog.
Every week, I post the Twitter accounts that make me smile with their
fun or interesting tweets. Here are this week’s picks…
@WorthTheWhisk Patti Londre writes WorthTheWhisk.com, created Camp Blogaway, and has a number of other impressive culinary accomplishments. She’s also a founding member of the Food Bloggers of Los Angeles, a new organization that I am thrilled to be a part of. Follow her!
@CookingWeekends Valentina is a chef, freelance recipe developer and writer, and mother of two boys. Her blog CookingontheWeekends.com is a wonderful, cozy site that showcases Valentina’s genuine love for cooking. So excited that she’s my new Tweep! Give her a follow. 😉
COMMENT OF THE WEEK
This looks like a wonderful take on the usual brisket! I love the look of that plate of food…so colorful! I feel like I can taste it right through the screen! beautiful pics!
Linda, you really made me smile with this one. I’ve been working super hard on my food photography skills, thanks for noticing! 😉
COMMENT AND SHARE
Did you read an article this week that you think my readers would find interesting? Are you a food blogger with a recipe that you want everybody see? Or maybe you want to share what’s cooking in your kitchen this weekend. Comment below and let us know about it!
Shabbat Shalom! Have a great weekend!